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Friday, 03 March 2017 07:37


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Thursday, 01 September 2016 08:39

Sleep And Our Well Being

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What is sleep deprivation ?                                           

Sleep deprivation is when an individual gets less sleep than needed to feel awake, fresh and alert. Some people such as older adults seem to be more resistant to the effects of sleep deprivation, while others, especially children and young adults, are more vulnerable.

Monday, 11 July 2016 08:07


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The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education.       

Martin Luther King, Jr.

Modern education is all about helping the child to realize and explore his potentialities and latent talents. Our children represent our hopes and dreams. As a parent, you want the best for your child and we are proud to be working with you to ensure that they are given the right knowledge to face future challenges. The true purpose of education is to make minds and not careers. We encourage all our students to persevere, participate and take charge of their own development.

Our excellent results at the AISSE and AISSCE 2016   examinations are a testimony to the excellence of the teaching staff of a high caliber which strives to create a challenging learning environment. This helps our students get a good foundation for their further education. Rohan Rajesh Talesara  with 95.6% was the topper in the science stream. Sudakshina Bhattacharjee, topped the commerce stream with 97.6% and  Eshani Ashutosh Vaidya was the topper of the humanities stream with 94.4%. It gives me great pleasure to share with you that DPS Bangalore South is in the top 100 in AISSCE 2016 results of the CBSE schools all over India and we have also secured the 13th position in Inter DPS category. Sudakshina Bhattacharjee has secured the 3rd  position in the stream of Commerce across all CBSE Schools all over India and 5th position across all streams pan India. Congratulations to all the toppers!!!

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Mrs. Anitha Bijesh as the Head Mistress of classes VI to XII and Mrs. Priya Mathu as the Head Mistress from Kindergarten to Class V. With their approachable and understanding nature and  outstanding knowledge of managing a school of this caliber and, perhaps most importantly, their vision for the future of this great school, we are confident that they will  lead the teaching and learning agenda with vision and rigour.

Teaching and learning process is mainly child centered and targets to prepare every individual for their career and to acquire adequate life skills. The school activities are planned and prepared meticulously, giving equal importance to academics and extra-curricular activities. In order to provide the students an opportunity to explore the world of Science beyond the classroom, a group of nine students visited CERN at Geneva, Switzerland for a week starting from  5th June to 12th June 2016. They got an opportunity to interact with renowned scientists and Nobel Laureates in the facility where research is conducted on Particle Physics. They visited the laboratories and witnessed the process  where the ions are accelerated and made to collide with each other, which recreates the conditions just after the Big Bang, and are then studied. This visit has motivated our young physicists to embark on a fascinating journey into the world of Physics.

A new academic year is a new beginning and the investiture ceremony sets the right tone during which the newly elected appointees of the school council are officially vested with their powers and positions and they take over the mantle of responsibility as the school’s new leaders. In doing so we develop their personality, skill and mind and help them emerge as models for others to emulate. This august ceremony was held on 24th June 2016.

Yoga is a mental, physical and spiritual practice that needs to be carried every day. International Yoga day was celebrated on 21st June 2016 in the school auditorium where the children got the chance to know how yoga embodies unity of mind and body. The students of classes VI – X performed Yogasanas between 9a.m to 10 a.m. Different yoga postures were performed under the guidance of the yoga teachers.

We hope to create an atmosphere of reverence for education and a healthy environment where academics, sports and co-curricular activities will mould our students and spur them on to be the brightest and the best. We inspire our students to question and learn by doing, we give them the skills, assurance and integrity to pursue their own dreams. By continuing to raise expectations, our mission of being a school of excellence will be realized and for making these dreams come true we need the constant support of the parents and I am sure parents will help us to take this school to greater heights.

Wednesday, 23 December 2015 07:33

December Newsletter

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From the Principal’s Desk:

The month of December has been very engaging and gratifying in many ways. STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and math. These four symbols represent the different areas of STEM education. STEM education integrates concepts that are usually taught as separate subjects in different classes and emphasizes the application of knowledge to real-life situations. A variation of STEM is STEAM, which includes an 'A' for art and design. Artistic design is becoming an important part of STEM education since creativity is an essential part of innovation.

Saturday, 25 July 2015 14:22

July Newsletter

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From the Principal’s Desk

Leaders become great not because of their power but because of their ability to empower others.

Investiture Ceremony is that occasion where we as a school respect and acknowledge the upcoming leaders and repose trust in them. It is a defining moment for the newly elected representatives where the school entrusts responsibilities on the ‘young leaders’ to uphold the values of the school and to keep ‘the School’ flag flying high while discharging their duties honestly and fairly. This august occasion held on 25th June 2015 conveyed our aim and commitment in moulding our young dipsites to become responsible citizens who will bring about a positive change.

 It is a moment of jubilation for the DPS Bangalore South fraternity as the CBSE results have been analysed and Delhi Public School, Bangalore South has been ranked 3rd amongst the 120 Delhi Public Schools across India. Our students have achieved exemplary results in the AISSCE 2015.Kunal Singhania secured the 3rd rank in Commerce stream and Sanaa Alvira also secured the 3rd rank in Humanities stream amongst Sahodaya group of schools across Bangalore. The students have made us proud by achieving High Scores in Physics, Accountancy, Math, Business studies, History, Political Science.

It is a proud moment for me when I share with you the accomplishment of eight students of grade 7 and 8 who have been declared as the ASSET scholars after having scored 99 percentile in the exam conducted and Abhiram M, Brinda Puri and Manish also got an invitation to attend an academic camp which was held in the Shiv Nadar University during the summer vacations.

World Environment Day is observed on June 5 every year to promote awareness on the importance of preserving our biodiversity. The goal of United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) is to develop a world population that is aware of and concerned about, total environment and its associated problems, and commitment to work individually and collectively towards solution of current problems. The theme this year is "Seven Billion Dreams. One Planet. Consume with Care." Human prosperity need not cost the earth. Living sustainably is about doing more and better with less. DPS Bangalore South commemorated the special day with a host of activities across grades; middle school targeted their campaign within the school premises. The students of grade 7participated in a poster making competition to spread awareness on issues pertaining to environment. The high school students took up the responsibility of generating awareness beyond the school boundary. They visited apartment complexes and shopping malls where they interacted with the people. Showcasing their commitment towards a greener and cleaner world, the students successfully planted the seed of information - with the hope that the earth will become a better place to live, when people have the knowledge, will and commitment.

Yoga is an invaluable gift of India's ancient tradition. This tradition is 5000 years old. It embodies unity of mind and body; thought and action; restraint and fulfillment; harmony between man and nature; a holistic approach to health and well-being. The Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his UN Address in 2014 suggested that June 21 be marked as the International Day of Yoga. Schools across the country also were a part of the celebrations. DPS Bangalore South celebrated the International Yoga Day with a lot of zeal. Parents, Children and staff of the school enthusiastically participated in it.

We believe in the power of Youth, so the senior school students and DPS Alumni joined hands in organizing the second edition of IPSMUN. It serves as a gateway for many students to the world of diplomacy and assists them to hone their public speaking and writing skills. It provides a forum for students to discuss global concerns in a context that simulates the real world and encourages them to critically analyse situations that are shaping the world today in terms of politics, human rights, conflict and the environment. It was organized from 8th to the 10th of July, 2015 where the students of the middle school and the high school debated on current global issues and gained insight into the world of international politics and policy-making. 

Our School has always endeavoured to engage our young Dipsites in scholastic programmes that would develop keener insights, deeper understanding and empathy, and tremendous grasp of ideas and the world. In our effortless pursuit of enhancing the varied skills amidst our children, we are introducing ‘APPLIED LEARNING PROGRAMMES’ that would open a ‘WORLD OF POSSIBILITIES’. The ALP would be integrated into the curriculum during the current academic year. These programmes will facilitate the nurturing and nourishment of your ward’s scientific temper, mathematical skills, emotional and social health. 

The British Council and Cambridge Education Foundation, work together to deliver the GTA programme, funded by the UKAid, to promote a global dimension in the school curriculum. Two of our staff members were awarded for their Action Research Project under the Global Teachers Accreditation Award 2015. Ms. Kamalpreet received the GTA Award with commendation and Ms. Sohini Gosh was awarded Global Teachers Accreditation Award for the Year 2015. 

In the arena of sports also our children brought laurels to the school. The Cricket team of our school won the Under 14 cricket tournament held in Vidyaniketan School, Hebbal. The Basketball team (Boys) also proved their mettle by winning the Eighth State Olympic Inter School Tournament by beating New Horizon Public School in the finals. With great sense of pride I share with you that three budding athletes of DPS Bangalore South were awarded for their excellence in their respective disciplines in a ceremony held in Mysore by the Department-of-Youth-Services-and Sports, Government of Karnataka. Sanjeev R, Malavika Vishwnath and Tejaswini were awarded with cash prizes for their outstanding achievements at the national level.

On the 6th of July 2015, the elected student council of the school celebrated Compassion Day. The aim of the program was to acknowledge the contribution of the school support staff, which plays a vital role in ensuring the smooth functioning of the institution on a daily basis. Donations collected from the students and staff was used for the purchase of blankets for the bus and housekeeping ayahs, bus drivers and security guards.

We at Delhi Public School strive to ensure that the transition from home to school in the life of a tiny tot stepping into the kindergarten is calm and happy. Our little angels of Nursery were welcomed with open arms as they entered into a new world of fun, activities and learning. We hope to make their journey a memorable one.

A word of advice for my dear children, set goals for yourself. Draw your motivation from them. Share them with your family and friends and request them to help you achieve them. Each one of us is unique and there is a beautiful life ahead for all of us – we just need to find it!

Friday, 05 June 2015 04:35

June 2015 Newsletter

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From the Principal’s Desk

Only as high as I reach, can I grow

Only as far as I seek, can I go

Only as deep as I look, can I see

Only as much as I dream, can I be…

Childhood is a special time of learning, exploration and growth.  Children need to be provided time to explore their world and experience the joy of discovery. At DPS Bangalore South, it is our endeavour to provide time for our children to be children.  As children grow and learn, they find joy and satisfaction in working closely with their families toward a common goal.  We strive to provide world class education that shapes the child with a disposition that will make him or her step out into the world with confidence. We sincerely believe that this is possible only through a close bond between home and school.  The close partnership between home and school is one of the exceptional strengths at Delhi Public School, Bangalore South.

The school respectfully nurtures and engages each student in realistic, meaningful, and concerted learning.   Through emphasis on the development and education of all children as individuals, we guide them in how to understand the world from their own perspective and develop the desire to keep on learning throughout their lives.

Over the years our students have repeatedly demonstrated that they are a class apart in all that they do! We have consistently produced excellent results in the All India Senior Secondary School Examination over the years. The students have once again brought laurels to the institution and done their teachers and parents proud. Months of rigorous planning and methodical study bore fruition when the results were declared on 25th May, 2015. Out of the 145 students who appeared in the exam 142 achieved a distinction and 79 scored above 90%.Ujjwal Pasupulety, the topper of the science stream scored 96.8%. Kunal Singhania, of the commerce stream topped with 96.8%. Sanaa Alvira, the topper from the humanities stream scored 96.4%, attaining a centum in History.

The excellent grades and CGPA scores reflected in the Class X Examination are a testimony to the focused, determined endeavour of our students to constantly better themselves. Of the 370 students who appeared in the examination this year, 96 students secured the perfect CGPA of 10 while 216 students secured a CGPA between 9 and 10.

We wish them all the very best in their future endeavours!!!

The school firmly believes that instilling discipline in the students is vital for the development of the child. Without discipline, children lack the tools necessary to navigate relationships and challenges in life such as self-discipline, respect for others, and the ability to cooperate with peers. The goal of effective discipline is to foster acceptable and suitable behaviour in the child and to raise emotionally mature adults. Keeping that in mind the school has formulated a set of rules that are detailed in the almanac and need to be strictly adhered to by the students.

We aim to make learning a gratifying experience wherein the body, mind and spirit is nurtured with great care and love. We therefore seek the support of the parents in our endeavours to bring out the best in each child. I believe that together we can make a difference in developing their innermost qualities of creativity, magnanimity, self-confidence and tolerance so that they become integrated citizens of the world.

So let me wish you all the very best of luck as you embark on a new journey this academic year.

Manju Sharma



Tuesday, 11 November 2014 07:56

Food Art - parent activity of Nursery

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A parent activity , conducted on 30 October saw a lot of enthusiast parents taking part. The theme was on 'FOOD ART'. Parents took part in salad and starter making, vegetable and fruits carving, dessert making etc.there were some unique and amazing pieces of art using vegetable and fruits. The desserts were very tasty and the starters competition saw some fusion elements and very palatable to the little ones. All in all it was day where parents along with their wards got to enjoy the school activity.
Friday, 26 September 2014 07:50


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ART RIOT, a creative UKG parent child activity was organized on 20th September 2014. All the art work done was dedicated to three different causes, namely, Save Trees, Save Girl Child & Clean Bengaluru. Parents and children enthusiastically participated and made beautiful art work. All the participants were given certificates & gifts as a token of appreciation for creating amazing riot with colours!
Friday, 26 September 2014 07:03


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A cultural and fun filled parent child LKG event- SIRI KANNADA was held on 18th September 2014. To celebrate Karnataka, a variety of competitions related to our state,based on cuisines, art and craft, fashion show, and dances were organized. Traditional street games like Bugari, Kunte Bille, Alguli mane, chawka baarah, etc., were held. Parents and children enthusiastically took part in all the events. Certificates and gifts were distributed to all the participants as a token of appreciation. Everyone enjoyed feeling proud to be part of our State- Karnataka! Follow this link to view all pictures https://drive.google.com/?urp=https://www.google.co.in/_/chrome/newtab?espv%3D2%26ie&authuser=0#folders/0B7CXRdI6pGxGc3RjZjRucXRnRVE
Thursday, 04 September 2014 04:52

Flavours of India Activity

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Walking through the corridors of class II felt like strolling the food streets of India where at every turn and every corner one could just stop over and get to sink their teeth into any delicacy of their choice from any part of our country. Be it the momos from Northeast, the avial from Kerala, the bisibelebath from Karnataka, the mouth watering rosagullas and rasmalais from West Bengal, makki di roti and Sarson Ka Saag from Punjab, the mouth watering sel roti from Sikkim, you name it and it was there. It was a truly memorable journey through the cuisines of India.
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